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Join this high school Conversational Spanish course and learn Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation that allows you to speak the language. Learn numbers, days, weather and seasons, family words, phrases, and more!
In this course, students will be taught basic vocabulary with an emphasis on simple verb conjugation and pronunciation. This class will lay the necessary groundwork that act as the building blocks of learning a new language. By the end of this course, students will be able to form basic sentences, conjugate verbs in future and present tenses, and have the tools to conduct themselves through basic conversations.
Special Notes: In addition to the 12 Recorded classes, there are 8 supplemental recorded lectures.
This is Part One of a two-part course. Students are expected to register for Part Two after completing Part 1.
Section 1 – Alphabet Rules and Pronunciation
Section 2 – Greetings and Subject Pronouns
Section 3 – Numbers 0-31 and Conjugation of -ar verbs in the present tense
Section 4 – Numbers 40-2000 and Conjugation of -ar verbs continued
Section 5 – Days, Months, and Sentence/Question formation
Section 6 – Seasons, Weather, and Conjugation of -er/-ir verbs in the present tense
Section 7 – Weather, Dates, and Conjugation of -er/-ir verbs continued
Section 8 – Family, Definite/Indefinite Articles, and Possessive adjectives
Section 9 – Family and Conjugation of o-ue stem changing verbs
Section 10 – Descriptive Adjectives and Conjugation of o-ue stem changing verbs continued
Section 11 – Descriptive Adjectives and Conjugation of e-ie stem changing verbs
Section 12 – Review of all previously learned vocabulary and Conjugation of stem changing verbs
Course Materials: All course materials provided free by the instructor. Spanish/English dictionary is recommended, as well as a notebook or binder for the class.
Homework: Students will be expected to spend about 3 to 5 hours per week outside of weekly classes. This is not meant to discourage students. Simply put, repetition is key when learning any new language.